5 Reasons You Need This Free Budgee Robot

We're giving away a $1,399 Budgee robot assistant. Here's five reasons you need this robot in your life. Like, today.

If you haven’t heard yet, we’re giving away a $1,399 Budgee robot assistant from Five Elements Robotics. Why? Well, why not.

All you have to do to enter is fill out the short form at the bottom of this page. Please, please, please use an email address you often check, as that’s how we’ll be contacting the winner, who will be announced on March 3rd.

Click here for complete contest rules.

The contest ends February 28, 2015 at 11:59 ET. Time’s running out! Here are five reasons you need Budgee in your life. Like, today.

1. Who Doesn’t Want a Personal Shopping Assistant?

Moms (and Dads, ahem) often have more items to carry than hands. Budgee carries all the things that Moms (and Dads) have to take with them when out and about with the kids. Maintain your tranquility and keep your hands free to manage your children and your time.

2. Budgee Makes Traveling Easier

Traveling can be a real drag, struggling with all your luggage at the airport. Why not have a robot carry your luggage? Budgee easily folds up to fit in those overhead bins on planes, and he can carry up to 50 pounds of stuff. Maybe he can’t carry all your stuff - or maybe you over-packed - but every bit helps.

3. Budgee Helps Those in Need

Budgee can make shopping easier for the elderly or disabled.

Budgee comes with a transceiver that can mount easily to the back of a wheelchair, allowing him to follow you throughout the store. It also comes with a controller so you can drive Budgee in front of you to put items in his basket. There’s also a smartphone/tablet app to control Budgee.

4. Budgee Makes Quite the Impression at the Office

What’s all that talk about robots taking jobs? Nonsense, that’s what it is.

Budgee would make a great impression at the office. Budgee could zoom (up to 4 MPH) to your next meeting carrying all your work documents. You can even program the color of his eyes, although it might scare some of your colleagues.

Budgee can run up to 10 hours on a charge, so most people can have Budgee following them around work all day. And, don’t worry, Budgee’s sensors will prevent him from bumping into and causing harm to your co-workers.

5. Who Doesn’t Love Free Stuff!

All you have to do to be eligible to win this $1,399 robot is fill out this short form below? That’s correct. Just think how many situations in life would be easier if you had an extra set of hands. That’s exactly what Budgee does. Plus he’s fun, friendly, and works both indoors and outdoors.

Good luck to all who’ve entered!


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